LCCC COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Employee FAQ
Employees will begin to transition back to campus from their remote work environments during the Summer semester and will return fully to campus for the Fall 2021 semester. To review the complete Summer/Fall R2B Plan and to see area specific Operation Plans, employees should visit the R2B portal in myLCCC.
LCCC plans to be fully open for in-person, on-campus services for the Fall 2021 semester. Some areas may have alternate hours to accommodate student/community needs and to address social distancing. Please visit lccc.wy.edu for current hours of operation.
As part of the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department vaccination plan, all LCCC employees are eligible to receive the vaccination with the start of Phase 1c. LCCC will not require employees to get the vaccination. If an employee is interested in being vaccinated, they should visit the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department webpage to find available vaccine locations.
I have a known health condition that aligns with one or more of the symptoms on the daily health screening app. How do I handle this?
Employees that are not feeling well due to COVID-19 related symptoms, should contact Melissa Dishman in Human Resources for more information. If an employee needs to miss work due to not feeling well, they should use their available sick leave.
Numerous locations in Laramie County can assist you with being tested. You are encouraged to contact Melissa Dishman in Human Resources, your primary care provider or visit the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department webpage for more information.
If an employee is diagnosed with COVID-19 or needs to self-quarantine due to exposure to COVID-19, they should contact Melissa Dishman in Human Resources for additional guidance.
A few factors will drive this decision, we will be monitoring our student and employee populations and watching for any significant surges in active and positive cases. We will also monitor the ability of our local healthcare facilities to provide treatment and care to those diagnosed with COVID-19.